from the Cathedral Church of St
Andrew, Wells, led by the Rev Dave Pole , with the boy and girl choristers of the cathedral and musicians from the cathedral school. Romans 1, w 7-17. Director of music
Anthony Crossland. Organist Rupert Gough.
A four-part detective series by Nigel Baldwin , set in Amiens, 1791. David Calder plays Lt Gen Lacroix , trying to police France despite the Revolution. 1: Friends in High Places. A girl is murdered while Robespierre is in town.
Original music by Paula Gardner performed by Mark Edwards. Jeanette Masocchi , Ron Parry and Paula Gardner. Director Alison Hindell
Nathalie Wheen sees a new production of Richard Strauss 's shock opera Salome at Covent Garden, and Immortal Beloved, a film about
Beethoven starring Gary Oldman. Producer Edwina Wolstencroft
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
Five stories from the BBC's annual collection, published this week.
1: Poor Old Man by Clare Boylan. The park is a pleasant escape for her, in spite of the attentions of the old man. Read by Gillian Bevan.
Producer Duncan Minshull Rpt
Every family has secrets, but in Elizabeth Mansfield's play Anna's revelations to her sister Kath will force her to unlock the cupboard and face the skeletons.
Music composed by Anthea Gomez Director Sue Wilson
The last of four programmes charting the music historian's tours of Europe in the 1770s, with Timothy West as Charles Bumey. Dr Bumey hears
Frederick the Great play the flute, and defends the music of C P E Bach. Producer Gwen Hughes Rpt
Don Marquis 's story about Archy, a poet reincarnated as a cockroach, abridged in eight parts. 6: Archy continues his nightly forays on the typewriter, relating his observations on a world of insects and Mehitabel the cat. Archy is played by John Guerassio and Mehitabel by Eartha Kitt , with the voice of Jack Klaff. A Rewind production
Fourth part of the dramatisation of Mary Wesley 's novel, with Beatie Edney as Poppy Carew. with Vivienne Rochester and David Jarvis. Director Jane Morgan Rpt
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